Associate Artists

As well as our core team, Hidden Track have been fortunate enough to work with some amazing associate artists.


Beccy is a freelance producer and dramaturg who specialises in socially engaged new writing, puppetry and original work for children.
Recent producing includes sci-fi climate change adventure, Planet LOL, for the future is unwritten (touring 2019), the critically acclaimed national tour of Three Generations of Women (Broken Leg Theatre) and the world premiere of The Bombing of the Grand Hotel (Wildspark Theatre). 
As a dramaturg, current work includes early years show Twinkle Twinkle for her own visual theatre company, TouchedTheatre, and My Smile has Fallen Down exploring resilience for young children with Anna Newell, Dan Leith and Roscommon Arts Centre. 
Beccy runs an award-winning programme of youth arts in mental heath settings from her base in Brighton and writes on contemporary performance as Associate Editor for Total Theatre magazine.

Cael is a Manchester-based pixel artist, programmer and game designer with a BA in Illustration from the Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh University.

Cael has worked on a number of Tabletop RPGs, developed original card game ‘Emergency!’ and was Lead Developer for CAGE, a 2D Psychological Horror Video Game exploring anxiety, agorophobia and depression.

As well as supporting Hidden Track’s productions as an artist and game designer, Cael is currently working with the team as we explore exciting new digital and online projects.

Joe Brownbridge

Joe has worked with Hidden Track in various roles since the company’s inception.

As well as performing as The Fox Spirit in Scavengers, The Sun God in As the Sun Goes Down, and The Keeper of the Rules in The Balloon Who Couldn’t Fly, Joe provides all manner of support in production, tech, dramaturgy and many other areas to generally keep things going.

He also acts, directs, techs and generally keeps things going for other projects in and around Manchester, as well as performing as a musician in folk ensembles including Harmonium Jones, Manchester Ceilidh and the Kraken Ceilidh Band.

Steph Reynolds

Steph first came to Hidden Track to portray a Snail as part of Scavengers, our immersive show for young audiences.

After a few weeks of rehearsal and script development, we then strapped a wicker basket to her back and unleashed her very, very slowly to an unwitting public.

As well as graduating from the University of Salford with a degree in Performing Arts, Steph trained at the Independent Centre for Actor Training. She has performed in venues such as HOME, Contact Theatre and the Waterside Arts Centre as well as in site-specific pieces with companies including Moonstruck Me and Manchester Science Festival.

Victoria Tunnah

Victoria came to the first open group audition that Hidden Track ever held as a professional company, and she has been an indispensible member of the team ever since.

Tori has led her audiences through the trees in As the Sun Goes Down, deceived them as a hidden actor in Boxes, and taught people to cheat and steal in Scavengers.

She has also supported the design, production and script development of many of our shows, and acted as a facilitator for You, Me and a Scary Story, sweetly persuading people to give up their phones and walk blindfolded and alone into an abandoned industrial fridge.

Victoria has trained at the Independent Centre for Actor Training, Propel Acting School, and DNA Acting, as well as acting and writing for many different companies in and around Manchester.